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Journal Article
Published: 04 April 2017
Journal of the Geological Society (2017) 174 (5): 913–928.
... Sewell et al. 2000 This paper Tuen Mun Formation Tuen Mun Formation Tuen Mun Formation Tuen Mun Formation Tuen Mun Andesite Member Siu Hang Tsuen Member Tsing Shan Formation Tin Shui Wai Member of Tuen Mun Formation Tin Shui Wai Member Darigo (1990) identified...
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Representative stratigraphic drillhole logs for the <b>Tuen</b> <b>Mun</b> Formation. Dri...
Published: 04 April 2017
Fig. 2. Representative stratigraphic drillhole logs for the Tuen Mun Formation. Drillhole locations are shown in Figure 1 . Slst, siltstone; Sst, sandstone; Congl, conglomerate; Jut, Tin Shui Wai Member; Jus, Siu Hang Tsuen Member; Jua, Tuen Mun Andesite Member.
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1997
Journal of the Geological Society (1997) 154 (6): 1039–1052.
... and high-precision geochronological data pre- sented below (Sewell & Campbell this volume; Davis et al. this volume). The oldest Mesozoic volcanic rocks comprise mainly andesitic lavas and tuVs of the Tuen Mun Formation (including the former Tsing Shan Formation). The formation was earlier thought...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1997
Journal of the Geological Society (1997) 154 (6): 1053–1066.
... assemblage. The Tuen Mun Formation comprises deformed andesitic lavas, tuVs, and tuV-breccias in a north-trending fault-bounded sliver in NW Hong Kong (Fig. 2). Although undated in Hong Kong, the Tuen Mun Fm is tentatively correlated with Lower to Middle Jurassic andesitic volcanic rocks north of the border...
Journal Article
Published: 15 March 2018
Journal of the Geological Society (2018) 175 (4): 679–693.
.... 2013 ) could be regarded as the crust end-member, and the coeval (152 – 146 Ma) Daoxian basalt ( Fig. 1b ; Jiang et al. 2009 ) could be regarded as the mantle end-member. However, as shown in Figure 7c and d , the Daping and Taibao adakitic granitoids have extremely low Ni and Cr contents...
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